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  1. Mostly because std::system("exit"); won't exit...

    Mostly because
    std::system("exit"); won't exit the program... Try it with an actual exit function, like this, or just return from your main.
  2. The matrix stuff isn't "process dependent" it's...

    The matrix stuff isn't "process dependent" it's maths and just consists of a few numbers depending on what you want to do. If you really want to understand it you'll have to do maths (a lot). Good...
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    [Discussion] There is (not too sure, at least there was) a...

    There is (not too sure, at least there was) a method you can call to write text, see here.
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    [Discussion] If you mean VB.NET I suggest you learn C# instead...

    If you mean VB.NET I suggest you learn C# instead because it uses a very common syntax (C-like) and is generally more common and liked. They are both based on the .NET Framework so available methods...
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    [Release] I swear to god I've done this like 4 years ago...

    I swear to god I've done this like 4 years ago but couldn't get it to work... weird shit
  6. [Help Request] Is 0x171A9CB000000000 the base address of the...

    Is 0x171A9CB000000000 the base address of the module?

    Edit: You should usually compare your pointers with (pointer - baseAddrressOfModuleTheyreIn) to get an actual result
  7. Thread: Is CF still p2w?

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    [Help] It has always been hack to win anyways.. so who...

    It has always been hack to win anyways.. so who cares boh1
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    You've done something and it doesn't work... you...

    You've done something and it doesn't work... you should tell us what exactly you've done and why you think it's not working the way it should be working
  9. [Help] Depends... you could search for DOS or NT headers...

    Depends... you could search for DOS or NT headers in memory and dump according to what they say about size etc. ... But this of course needs the manual mapping to be performed on fully loaded images...
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    [Help] Handling memory in C is a very complex topic that...

    Handling memory in C is a very complex topic that also depends on how you allocated the memory.. if you're working on the stack, you're mostly just fine, otherwise every allocate call should...
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    [Request] Here you go... should be compatible with XP if...

    Here you go... should be compatible with XP if compiled correctly and resets the time every 60 seconds... you might need to adjust this because it's currencly UTC.


    #include <Windows.h>
    #include...
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    [Help] Assuming you're working on the heap, no! You're...

    Assuming you're working on the heap, no! You're assigning NULL before you call free. You end up calling free with NULL as the memory pointer to free. You need to switch those two operations and free...
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    [Request] Perfectly working alternatives: dnSpy...

    Perfectly working alternatives: dnSpy, ILSpy
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    [Help Request] ComputerInfo.AvailablePhysicalMemory...

    ComputerInfo.AvailablePhysicalMemory and ComputerInfo.TotalPhysicalMemory.

    But you still need to actually allocate the available memory using Marshal.AllocHGlobal or something similar. You cannot...
  15. [Help Request] Doesn't this work out of the box? Do you have...

    Doesn't this work out of the box? Do you have access to some sort of API for pasting values to the target application?
  16. [Help Request] What you're doing is just calculating 0x1090000 +...

    What you're doing is just calculating 0x1090000 + 0x7FC7D8, while you're probably interested in the value that resides on the calculated address. You need to read the value that's in <base address> +...
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    [Request] This is all you need...

    This is all you need
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    [Help] Social Engineering on the Facebook Support duh

    Social Engineering on the Facebook Support duh
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    [Help] There is no certain language that can help you...

    There is no certain language that can help you with that. If your sole purpose of learning programming is to hack a Facebook account... then sorry, you will not be able to do it. Even if there was...
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    [Tutorial] And with encryption it would take a whopping 20...

    And with encryption it would take a whopping 20 seconds
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    It's Debian based sooo... anything that goes well...

    It's Debian based sooo... anything that goes well with Debian I guess
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    [Help] Check the Sticky threads in this section

    Check the Sticky threads in this section
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    [Help] https://www.reddit.com/r/dailyprogrammer/. Tons...

    https://www.reddit.com/r/dailyprogrammer/. Tons of challenges with different difficulties. You even get to share your results and get feedback
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    [Help] #include #include int...

    #include <math.h>
    #include <stdio.h>

    int main()
    {
    double val = 0;
    for (int i = 99; i >= 3; i -= 3)
    {
    val = sqrt(i + val);
    }
  25. [Help Request] To do it in the background you can probably use...

    To do it in the background you can probably use SendMessage to send a click on that button to the processing application (See here)

    Edit: You can pass coordinates of the click using the lParam...
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